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Seadream Twins Top Small-Ships’ Culinary Score

November 12, 2013 Cruise No Comments Email Email

READERS of international Conde Nast Traveler magazine have given SeaDream Yacht Club’s twin mega motor-cruisers SeaDream I and SeaDream II the highest score for cuisine in the Small Ships category in a survey just completed by more than 80,000 of the magazine’s followers.

Already well-known amongst discerning travellers for its gourmet cuisine, chefs aboard SeaDream I and SeaDream II prepare each dish a la minute, offering innovative dining that includes an optional Raw Food menu, a new Japanese menu and other Asian options.

The culinary team is headed by Corporate Executive Chef, Sudesh Kishore who started with SeaDream as Sous Chef in 2001, and who says that with a maximum of just 112 guests aboard each yacht, accommodating a variety of special requests and dietary needs with regular offerings is done with ease.

And in select ports, guests are invited to join each yacht’s Chef for a visit to local markets to source the freshest local foods to be included in the day’s menu.

Experience SeaDream’s award-winning cuisine while SeaDream II explores Asia and Northern Australia until April 2014. Limited space still remains on the 7-night sailing from Singapore to Bali departing 11 January; prices start from US$3,954pp double occupancy.

For more details contact Julie Denovan, Director of Business Development Australia and New Zealand on (02) 9958 4444,jdenovan@seadream.com or visit www.seadream.com

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